We are very sorry but with the current restrictions we cannot produce a printed version of our NEWSLETTER. When we are back to more normality we will resume our normal print service.
Chris has again worked hard to produce the OCTOBER 2020 NEWSLETTER from all the interesting information sent to her by our members. You can access it from here. OCTOBER 2020 NEWSLETTER Its the electronic version we put on this website each month, of our normal printed version and so it is in full colour. Previous months newsletter are here. NEWS
To keep our newsletter going Christine need your input. So any stories, information, pictures, anything that may be of interest to all us other members PLEASE, send it to Chris News You have all done really well so far so PLEASE PLEASE lets keep it going.
All our newsletters are in a PDF format.
You can now do either:
Download and display on most electronic devices using most browsers.
Download and save on to your device and then open with Adobe Reader if its installed.
It is possible to print off the newsletter in either case. You printer may format the printing to do multiple pages on one sheet and allow booklet printing
Most electronic devices have a version of Adobe Reader installed as part of the system. It is widely used to display documents etc.
KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH OUR MEMBERS
If you are a family member of one of our U3A members who has no internet access, you may like to print our NEWSLETTER to keep your relative in touch. We are also producing a regular news email to keep members up to date which you can also print and pass to your relative. They are available on this website under the Coronavirus page.
If you wish to share any pictures or details of recent or future events, or anything that will amuse our members at this difficult time in either the Newsletter or this website or the Advance news email you can do it from here.
These links may run your regular email programme such as OUTLOOK* so you can attach pictures etc:
If you have any problem viewing or printing our electronic newsletter, see Newsletter problems
Finally enjoy and most of all "Please all stay safe"